In light of the Dodgers getting sold for $2.15 billion dollars, this part of my multi-part interview with Baseball Prospectus' Kevin Goldstein becomes extra interesting. In this video, Kevin talks more about why he thinks small-market teams aren't really small-market teams and how the money in baseball is getting tossed around. And a bit about baseball's "middle-class".
With all the money floating around in baseball, who deserves the most of it?
The Owners, because they are all kind-hearted and super duper nice about letting us watch their baseball games get played. (16 votes)
The Players, because if there's one thing a 33 year old steroid user, hits and throws a ball good, needs more of, it's money. (31 votes)
47 total votes